Foreign Affair


Matt sets a long launch pad through the dark and cosmic, then wringing out some longer and deeper house tracks. More new records this time out, including standouts from Oracy and a pair of Japanese artists really bringing it- alongside NY house moods and Detroit basement tracks.

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[theme from sonic sunset]
Quiet Village – Gold Rush – Silent Movie (K7) 2008
Mike Oldfield – Foreign Affair – Crises (Virgin) 1983
Critical Rhythm – I’m In Love With You [Stagger Back Mix] – Secret Codes (NuGroove / Network) 1992
Woolfy vs. Projections – Carry On – Astral Projections of Starlight (Permanent Vacation) 2008
Kuniyuki Takahashi – Touch [A Mountain of One peyote mix] – Remixed vol. 2 (Mule Musiq)  2008
Designer Imposter – Good News [Pink Alert’s Good News remix] (Rubaiyat) 2007
The Utopia Project – File #3 (Nu Groove) 1990
Visual – Somehow, Someway [Dub] (Ram’s Horn)  1984
Octave One – Dominion – The “X” Files (430 West) 1994
Kelley Polar –  Entropy Reigns [Pearson And Usher’s Closed System Dub] (Environ) 2008
Oracy – Rewound (Mojuba) 2008
Morgan Geist – Detroit [C2RMX1] (Environ) 2008
John Beltran feat. Open House – Earth & Nighfall [Club Mix] – (33rpm Records / Sinewave) 1993
Claude Young – Dream of Another Time – One Complete Revolution (Utensil) 1994
Leonid – Mora – Mora EP  (Statik Entertainment) 2008
Rondenion – The Beautiful Memory -Tokyo Deep (Aesthetic Audio) 2008
Rick Wilhite – Roots of Detroit – Three Chairs (Three Chairs) 1997
Theo Parrish – Goin’ Downstairs Part 1 (Sound Signature) 2008


26 Responses to “Foreign Affair”

  1. 1 tim November 24, 2008 at 12:01 pm

    Your mixes blow my mind every time. I know they are few and far between these days but I hope you guys can keep on making them.

    Love and respect from Japan

  2. 2 scott November 24, 2008 at 10:26 pm

    thanks will check this out, looks great

  3. 3 macqueen November 24, 2008 at 11:32 pm

    tim – thanks very kind, glad you haven’t given up on us 😉

    scott – man I dig your mixes at Trackwerk too! a DJ who actually stays current… ha

  4. 4 merrick brown November 25, 2008 at 5:47 am

    sweet.. been lookin for some deep moody bizness for the winter playlist. 😉

    great seein ya @ smartbar btw.. holla at me sometime!

    here’s a semi-recent, semi-decent mix from a lava set i played recently.

    more feedback later!


  5. 5 painpattern November 26, 2008 at 1:55 pm

    great to see new one.
    your mixes happen to be soundtrack to my life since I discovered them few months ago.

  6. 6 crm114 November 26, 2008 at 5:15 pm

    Wicked! Was beginning to worry that you guys had given up… So glad you haven’t. Looking forward to listening! 😀

  7. 7 polo November 28, 2008 at 9:53 pm

    awesome mix,
    whats the track at 1:28:40

  8. 8 macqueen November 29, 2008 at 12:42 am

    Thanks, that track is Rick Wilhite – Roots of Detroit

  9. 9 DJ BWYSE December 2, 2008 at 6:14 pm

    Yeah X-mas comes early. Nice work Matt. I miss the consistant mixes from you guys but it makes these recent ones all the more special. Peace bro


  10. 10 TineZ December 3, 2008 at 8:51 am

    At last, another mix.


  11. 11 andrea December 3, 2008 at 11:46 am

    always a pleasure listeining to your sets, guys.
    always a plesure finding lots of awesome new (old) records to buy!
    always a pleasure getting lost in the sound..

    keep doin’it. we love you!


  12. 12 Kuri December 3, 2008 at 10:33 pm

    nice to see/hear a new mix from you Matt. diggin’ the old school Claude Young, Beltran and Octave One in there. you got me reminiscin’. hope you’re well.

  13. 13 lydia December 4, 2008 at 7:31 pm

    awesome mix guys, you’ve made my week!! Keep the vibe, love and besos xoxox

  14. 14 kie December 6, 2008 at 5:58 pm

    Great Mix Matt, so glad you featured Mike Oldfields “Foreign Affair” I can now cross that off my guilty pleasures list!!

  15. 15 martin December 7, 2008 at 12:46 pm

    Very nice mix…. you guys keep me going at the moment!

    Thanks to you both for taking the time to provide the site and of course the music 🙂


    London England.

  16. 16 macqueen December 7, 2008 at 2:46 pm

    ha, thanks I do indulge the odd guilty pleasure at least once or twice in a mix…

  17. 17 drox December 8, 2008 at 6:05 pm

    Always excited to hear a new mix from you matt. Theyre not as often as before but worth the wait. Thanks for listening to radio waves from space too!

    I also wanted to ask if you would be interested in putting together a guest mix for the show at some point in the future?


  18. 18 Wendy December 28, 2008 at 4:56 am

    Hi Matt,

    Rafiq turned me onto your site. I’ve listened to one mix and can’t wait to hear more! Just added my address to your mailing list and can’t wait to hear what you come up with next!


    Wendy S.

  19. 19 michael January 8, 2009 at 7:04 am

    What a phenomenal choice of music .
    An incredible balance between old and new.
    Seldom I heard mixes telling such a complete story,
    drowning me any many beautiful atmospheres and locations.
    Keep it up…for a long time to come!
    The mixes come almost natural ,the transitions are flawless.

    Only one complaint.. Increase the pace…
    On the other hand quality takes time and the anticipation for the next one is kinda exciting now…



    • 20 macqueen January 8, 2009 at 10:45 pm

      Michael – hey thanks that is exactly what we are going for… really appreciate you receiving the signals we are transmitting. I definitely try for sort of a ’story arc’ in every mix and it’s cool you picked up on it. Dave will get a new mix out in a week or so, stay tuned many more planned for 2009. Thanks for hanging with us. Peace -MM

  20. 21 Neil B January 10, 2009 at 5:53 pm

    Excellent mix. Highlights for me were the Mike Oldfield tune-I didn’t know he made Cosmic Disco!- the Oracy tune- after a year of not buying any new dance vinyl I actually bought this 12″ today! -and of course the ever reliable Theo, his tune giving the mix a real abstract jazz ending.

    Awaiting the next transmission…

    Neil B – England

  21. 22 Kie January 12, 2009 at 8:48 pm

    Hi Matt/Dave

    just letting you two know of an excellent Prog Rock Documentary aired on BBC 4 last week, Doubt you guys will be able to catch it state side… it’s called “Prog_Rock_Britannia”

    so here’s a torrent of the show… features interviews with Arthur Brown, mike Oldfield, Rick Wakeman etc… an excellent insight into an very important era

    don’t know whether you want to stick this as a comment as such – just thought it was the best way to get a message to you



    • 23 macqueen January 12, 2009 at 9:08 pm

      thanks for the tip Kie, sounds awesome and thanks for posting. That era has affected (at times even accidentally) influenced electronic music and even ‘chillout’ and recent Balearic (both OG and new school) producers a lot more than most people think. peace, MM.

  22. 24 Thor Teague March 19, 2009 at 2:13 pm

    This mix is wonderful, cerebral, soundtracky, I love it. Best I’ve heard in a long time. It’s so atmospheric and evocative. I don’t know if you were consciously going for storytelling or not, but this is definitely an amazing piece of work.

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